Social Justice Seminar Series

Our social justice seminar series seeks to engage and promote marginalized voices, especially as they intersect with Irish culture and history.

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Power of Indigenous Language

The Power of Indigenous Languages  A discussion on the value, preservation, and challenges facing the languages of the Gaeltacht and of the Anishinaabe nation

Appropriation of Irish Cultural Arts and Synbols

Appropriation of Irish Cultural Arts & Symbols by White Supremacists A thoughtful discussion on the growing prevalence of this phenomenon, what it means, and how organizations guard against it.

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Acting the Man Explore the role of Irish arts and culture both in upholding colonial/neoliberal structures and in creating substantive change.

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Anamchairde / Kindred Spirits  Commemorating the linguistic and cultural friendship between Ireland and the peoples of the First Nations.

Irish Community Services - Directors

Meet Irish Community Services Talk with program directors about Immigration Services, Citizenship classes, Social Services, and Youth & Family Programs.

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Éire - Athbheochan/Revival 1893-2018  Focuses on Conradh na Gaeilge's bilingual traveling exhibition celebrating 125 years of Irish language revival. 

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Frederick Douglass  Created in collaboration with the Consulates, Christine Kinealy of the Great Hunger Institute, and Dennis Brownlee of the African American Irish Diaspora Network.